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camera movements directing

  1. 1. Camera Movements Pan – Left – right Tilt – Up – down Truck – Left – right Dolly – In - out
  2. 2. Camera Movements Pedestal – Up – down Crane – Up – down Zoom (unnatural) – In - out
  3. 3. Camera Movements Zoom in – Brings subject to viewer Dolly in – Brings viewer to subject Zoom out – Pushes subject away from viewer Dolly out – Pushes viewer away from subject
  4. 4. Basic shots ELS  Head shot LS  Head & shoulders MS  Full shot CU  Over the shoulder ECU 2-Shot 3-Shot
  5. 5. Point of View Objective Subjective Audience
  6. 6. Lens selection Normal lens  Depth of field Telephoto  Rack focus Wide-angle  Follow focus  Focus fade
  7. 7. Depth of field Depth of field increases  + amount of available light  + F/stop number (- aperture size)  - focal length of lens  + distance from camera to subject
  8. 8. Depth of field Depth of field decreases  - amount of available light  - F/stop number (+ aperture size)  + focal length of lens  - distance from camera to subject
  9. 9. Composition Balance Rule of thirds Headroom Lookspace
  10. 10. Production team Producer Director Scriptwriter Videographer (Shooter) Audio/video engineer Lighting director Editor
  11. 11. Directing Shooting script Choose locations Rehearse and direct actors Select shots Tell everyone else
  12. 12. Directing Shooting schedule Shooting script Actors – Schedules – Flexibility – Rehearse – Be practical – precise – Encourage
  13. 13. Directing The director is the one person responsible for the creative decisions during shooting. Learn to recognize the point beyond which a performance will not improve.

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